Tue, 13 March 2018
"THE HORNET AND THE FIREFLY"
AIRED: DECEMBER 30, 1966
There's an arsonist on the loose in the city and the Hornet takes the case. But Mike Axford has a former police investigator with a specialty in arson that he'd like to bring in. He quickly learns that the man has more to prove than just the case. John and Jim are at odds over the merits of this episode. Take a listen and see.
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Mon, 12 March 2018
Author Jeremy K. Brown returns to the podcast to discuss his new book, Zero Limit. Before they get to that, he and John discuss Netflix and how the streaming service is moving towards feeling like a television network. Then, they discuss Zero Limit and the parallels of motifs with his previous work, Ocean of Storms.
Jeremy K. Brown has authored several biographies for young readers, including books on Stevie Wonder and Ursula K. Le Guin. He has also contributed articles to numerous magazines and newspapers, including special issues for TV Guide and the Discovery Channel, and recently edited a collector’s issue on Pink Floyd for Newsweek. He worked for 10 years for WWE, serving as Deputy Editor of WWE Magazine and as a member of the company's television writing staff. Jeremy published his first novel, Calling Off Christmas, in 2011 and is currently at work on another novel. He lives in New York with his wife and sons.
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